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On Water Seat Adjustment


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#1 Jeff

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Posted 22 May 2017 - 09:49 AM

I have had my Slayer 12 PRO for a couple of months and have had it out on the water, relatively calm, a handful of times. Except for a couple of minutes with the seat in the HI position (starting and returning to shore) I have been using it with the seat in the LOW position as I get use to the "boat". Yesterday, as I was on the calm water, I was trying to figure out how to adjust the seat to the HI position from on the water and am completely stumped. Is it possible? Suggestions?



#2 NOG Admin

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Posted 22 May 2017 - 11:32 AM

It takes a good deal of balance and flexibility but what works for me is sliding up to the front edge of the seat, then off in a crouched position, flip the setback down, then lifting the seat with both hands to the high spot. Sometimes a knee on the deck gives better stability. Ive seen some do it just bent knee with both hands thru the legs, like hiking a football, but I'd sure end up on my head that way.


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#3 Mang

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Posted 01 June 2017 - 10:12 PM

I feel you.  Thats why I never strap the front seat bungee clip down it helps.  Just use the 2 rears bungee clips and your good






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